[unrev-II] Fwd: CS194 SOFTWARE FAIRE

From: Jack Park (jackpark@thinkalong.com)
Date: Mon Jun 11 2001 - 08:42:48 PDT

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    >From: "ade" <ade@cdr.stanford.edu>
    >Reply-To: <ade@cdr.stanford.edu>
    >To: "Howard Liu" <howliu@hotmail.com>, "Jack Park" <jackpark@verticalnet.com>
    >Subject: CS194 SOFTWARE FAIRE
    >Date: Sat, 9 Jun 2001 15:45:55 -0700
    >(Project-based Learning at Stanford)
    >This is to invite you to the end of the quarter Software Faire for Computer
    >Science Senior Project course (CS194) at Stanford. Students in the course
    >work in teams to design and implement a significant software project of
    >their own choosing. It is the capstone course--a chance for them to show us
    >what they have learned and demonstrate that they can work with the intensity
    >that will be required after graduation.
    >The faire is like a small trade show, with nonstop demonstrations of all the
    >projects. It's a fun event, with lots of people, prizes for the best
    >projects, etc. The students get very excited about showing off their work,
    >especially to visitors from industry. Here are the details:
    >Date: Wednesday, June 13
    >Time: 12:15 - 5:00 pm
    >Location: Meyer Library, Stanford
    >We think you will enjoy the opportunity to see what this quarter's group of
    >seniors are up to. If you can't make it, perhaps one or more of your
    >associates would like to come.
    >The projects cover a very wide range of topics. Here are few of the 26
    >projects you will see:
    >--an electronic notebook for use in classrooms
    >--a lecture feedback system for querying students' understanding in real
    >--a system for joint web browsing and web-based tutorials
    >--a secure distributed Peer-To-Peer (P2P) file-sharing application designed
    >for use by small private groups of users
    >--a system for joint, interactive software debugging
    >--an engine for creating web-based information tracking applications with
    >PDA synchronization
    >--a voice-controlled Ford Explorer
    >--some amazing and innovative computer games
    >You can see the complete list (still under construction) by going to
    >http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs194/faire/projects.html .
    >There will be a light lunch available starting around 11:30. That is a good
    >opportunity to meet the other industry guests and chat with some of the
    >Bob Plummer
    >Department of Computer Science
    >Stanford University
    >Ade Mabogunje
    >Stanford Learning Lab
    >Stanford University

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